Deborah Gordon:
Quello che le formiche ci insegnano sul cervello, sul cancro e su internet

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L'ecologista Deborah Gordon studia le formiche ovunque ne trovi: nel deserto, nei paesi tropicali, in cucina. In questo affascinante intervento, spiega la sua ossessione per gli insetti che la maggior parte di noi sarebbe ben felice di schiacciare senza pensarci due volte. Sostiene che la vita delle formiche fornisce un modello utile per approfondire altri argomenti tra cui le malattie, la tecnologia e il cervello umano.

By studying how ant colonies work without any one leader, Deborah Gordon has identified striking similarities in how ant colonies, brains, cells and computer networks regulate themselves. Full bio
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